Joy Jump is the only 100% Australian owned factory to conquer the world to proudly establish Australian name in the world of inflatables to show the world how unique and great it is to own jumping castles made with Australian standards .We make sure all the safety guide lines are covered before we ship our products to the customers around the globe.
Strict maintenance of quality standards are our strength in manufacturing.We make sure customers will not
loose any thing due to poor product quality.We grantee the products minimum life time is 2 years but normal life time of the products are 5-7 years.
Why you need to purchase quality products like Joy Jump Inflatables According to recent studies injuries caused by inflatable rides have been on the rise. An average of 31 children per day are hospitalized because of injuries caused by a Bounce House or Inflatable Castle. That is approximately 85,000 children that have been injured from 1990 to 2015.
In South Yorkshire a boy died in August 2003 while using one.
There have been numerous reports of the malicious deflation of bouncy castles whilst in use, notably the Horsington House Hotel incident which injured several people at a 21st birthday celebration.
An eight-year-old girl was killed and 15 people injured when a bouncy castle was caught in a strong wind and was lifted and thrown over 50 meters in 2001.
A boy’s parents sued the hirers of a jumping castle in 2005 when one boy somersaulted onto another at a birthday party causing brain damage. An appeal was lodged, and the verdict was overturned.
An eight-year-old girl died in May 2011 after falling head first from a bouncy castle onto a concrete pavement
In 2005 the most severe standards in the construction of an inflatable amusement were adopted nationally in Australia, forming Federal Standard AS3533.4. This was a landmark safety standard bringing the toughest design/construction/operation standards to the inflatable industry of Australia. In 2006 the European Union (EU) followed and introduced similar standards throughout EU called EN14960:2006 which was then updated in 2013 to EN14960:2013.
In the US, Pennsylvania and New Jersey require inflatables to pass engineering and safety standards before allowing the equipment to be rented out.North Carolina requires amusements rides, including inflatables, to be inspected annually by the North Carolina Department of Labor (NCDOL). For inflatables to pass inspection, operators in North Carolina are required to have all training records, a current certificate of insurance, and device manuals. Inflatables that are damaged and not safe will not pass inspection until they are repaired.
When you talk about safety not only the engineering process and stitching process matters it is required to only use commercial grade lead (Pb) free pvc for every product .If use non commercial grade pvc not only it will drasticall affect the quality of the jumping castle but also will lead to some severe health conditions such as breathing problems or skin disease if children or even adults use jumping castles made by none commercial grade pvc .This same materials should also used when produce any commercial grade inflatable product such as water slides ,obstacle courses ,or any inflatable game .You should make sure the factory you purchase these inflatable products are using commercial grade pvc and be able to provide valid certificate of proof of the quality of the materials as well as the test reports that the jumping castles and inflatable water slides meet the standards they claim to be .
At Joy Jump we produce under strict safety regulations and make sure every thing in order and focus on every minute detail starting from selecting the material until the final stitch is delivered before we ship jumping castles to the customer .All the products will be tested in our factory for 3 days in order to make sure every possible aspect of the safety standards are well covered and the product is safer for our little kids .Get more details about bouncy castles
Australian Standard Inflatables